1 Park near Vidalia, Louisiana
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Very nice waterfront park on the Mississippi. Large, grassy, level sites with picnic tables (at sites with concrete pads only) and trees. Extremely helpful, friendly staff who are all about customer service - what a treat! I was especially impressed with the park store - well stocked with many items you tend to have forgotten or need in a pinch. Park is very well-located to go across the bridge to Natchez, which is a wonderful old town full of Antebellum mansions and tours. Only negative thing I'd say is that the gravel roads throughout the park have a LOT of potholes. Otherwise the whole place is extremely well-maintained. - pnation53
Aug 2015 - $38.00
Very nice place for a overnight stay. Concrete pads were level, clean bathroom and shower facilities and a strong wi-fi signal.
It was our stopover on our trip to Florida and we're pleased with how nice it turned out. They have a pool, but we never used it, but it appeared to be clean and maintained. Office people were friendly.
We made reservations, but in all likelihood, you could probably just drop in and find a place to stay. We were there on a Friday night so I don't know what the rest of the week is like. - PatPerry1966
May 2015 - $35.00
This is a nice park right on the Mississippi River across from Natchez, MS, with several mature trees for shade but still open enough for satellite reception. Just ask for the type of site you need and they will accommodate you. I can't remember exactly what we paid, but we got a Passport America rate for Thursday night and Escapees for Friday and Saturday nights. The restrooms were private, i.e., a toilet, sink and shower in each separate room and were clean. My only negative comment about this park would be the extremely dusty roads throughout the park (way more dirt than gravel). I would definitely stay here again if coming back to the Natchez area. - golfkitty